Regan Lutz is not your average 12-year-old. The Levittown native is a child actress, and voices the character of Skip the Squirrel in the Nick Jr. series Zack & Quack. But her love of animals extends beyond her role...
A new play opened in previews this week that Long Islanders might take a particular interest in. It’s called The Babylon Line, named after the southern branch of the Long Island Railroad. The play takes place in 1967 Levittown,...
Under the direction of Lisa Levenberg and Carisa Wellenreuther, MacArthur High School’s talented cast and crew drew a packed house during three performances of the musical comedy The Addams Family, held in the auditorium on Nov. 17-19. After a...
Hundreds of works featuring Division Avenue High School’s most dedicated and talented artists were on display during the 16th annual art show. Many of the photographs, sculptures, drawings and paintings were selected for exhibitions and scholarships across the region,...
To say Marshall Crenshaw is a rock and roll enthusiast with a deep and broad appreciation of the genre is an understatement. Known for songs "Someday, Someway" and "Whenever You're On My Mind," playing Buddy Holly in the 1987...
The Division Avenue High School competitive marching band, under the direction of Michael Bastone in the Levittown School District, placed sixth in the Small School 2 division of the New York State Field Band Conference Finals, held at Syracuse...
The artwork of MacArthur High School students Jillian Mullane and Shannon Scarano was chosen for competition in the Heckscher Museum of Art’s annual juried exhibition named Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum. Mullane and Scarano, under...

Events 9/28 – 10/8

The Levittown Public Library is located at 1 Bluegrass Lane, Levittown. Call 516-731-5728 or visit www.levittownpl.org. The Island Trees Public Library is located at 38 Farmedge Rd., Levittown. Call 516-731-2211 or visit www.islandtreespubliclibrary.org. Wednesday, Sept. 28 DIY Squishy Slime Notebook Create a squishy...
Last November, one of Amedeo Modigliani’s paintings sold for $170 million. Its destiny was to be shipped to Hong Kong to hang in the new owner’s museum. But don’t despair. It is not lost forever. You can still see an...